French Toast is a wonderful brunch meal and it goes along perfectly to share with your family and friends. Whether you’re eating it on your own or making it for brunch (or dinner!), there are a few secrets when it comes to mastering the perfect egg-free, dairy-free french toast. The bread, batter, and toppings are part of it but don’t forget to have fun as you experiment. Your first batch or first try might not be the greatest, but don’t worry, with practice, you’ll find out what method works for you best. This includes what plant milk you choose, and how you spice up the batter. Maybe you throw some cinnamon and sugar in there like this Dairy-Free French Toast with a Cinnamon Sugar Sauce by Robin Browne or even do peanut butter and jelly one like this Epic Vegan French Toast PB&J Sandwich by Caroline Doucet! Whatever route you chose, be sure to have a bit of fun.
When you’re making vegan french toast, you might feel a little lost. There are a few things when it comes to making dairy-free and egg-free french toast and that includes what bread you use and how you’re making it. So, let’s break it down!
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Source: French Toast Sticks
Day-old bread is great to use for French Toast because it’ll soak up more liquid and lead to a fluffier piece of french toast. The best bread to use will be the bread with a thicker cut, so your french toast doesn’t come out too soggy. Feel free to use day-old ciabatta, sourdough, or vegan brioche bread, as all of them are excellent choices.
Source: Vegan Pumpkin French Toast Bake
Instead of creating a batter using eggs, use flour and plant-based mixture to coat the bread. The recipes below use a variety of ways of making french toast, including using a batter or even doing a french toast bake. Either way, you’re going to need a batter of some sort to make your toast.
Source: Easy Dairy-Free Blueberry French Toast
Your toppings for your french toast can be anything! You can be creative as you want, or think of a combination that you like, such as blueberry and almond, peanut butter and jelly, or even chocolate! If you’re looking for inspiration, check out the recipes below to get started.
Epic French Toast Recipes:
Source: Hot Chocolate Nutella French Toast
Try out these epic french toast recipes for yourself, your friends, and your family!
Fruity and Spiced French Toast Recipes
Source: Baked French Toast
These easy recipes for french toast are handy to have around if you’re a bit pressed for time or just want a simpler recipe to start with. For the
Bakes and Other Takes:
Source: Overnight French Toast Bake
Did you know you could make french toast in the oven? These recipes cover baked french toast and a few extra ways you can enjoy the french toast flavor without having to make an entire batch. With this guide, you’ll be able to master vegan french toast!
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